Arctic Speaker Series 2016-17

We are pleased to announce the Arctic Speaker Series for 2016-17.

Talks are typically held on the 3rd Wednesday of the month.

The talks begin at 4:00pm and are free & open to the public

Please note the NEW LOCATION- Science A room 106  

 pdf of speaker series schedule

 

Date Speaker
September 14, 2016

Tris Irvine-Fynn, Aberystwyth University

Water on ice: knowns and unknowns of supraglacial hydrology

October 12, 2016

NSTP Student Symposium  This will run  4:00-6:00 pm

Amy Noel, Mary Cecilia Porter, Sarah St. Germain,

Ellie Bash, James Campbell, Scott Dumonceaux, Kent Spiers,

Samira Samimi, Julie Thomas, Anirudh Bhargava

November 9, 2016

Dagomar Degroot, Georgetown University

Arctic Journeys in a Changing Climate, 1590-1650

January 18, 2017

Ross Coen, University of Washington

Owning the Ocean: Salmon, Science, and American Empire in the Pacific World, 1890-1960

February 15, 2017

Kohei Tanaka, University of Calgary

Dinosaur Nesting in the High Arctic

March 15, 2017

Chad Farrell, University of Alaska Anchorage

Ethnoracial Diversity in the Urban North: A Focus on Anchorage, Alaska

April 19, 2017 TBA

 

Ross Coen, January 18, 2017

Ross Coen, PhD Candidate at University of Washington discusses "Owning the Ocean: Salmon, Science, and American Empire in the Pacific World, 1890-1960"

 

Dagomar Degroot, November 9, 2016

Dagomar Degroot, Professor at Georgetown University discusses "Arctic Journeys in a Changing Climate, 1590-1650"

 

NSTP Student Symposium, October 12, 2016

Students presented short talks or posters highlighted their NSTP funded fieldwork.

Presenters were: Amy Noel, Cecilia Porter, Sarah St. Germain, Ellie Bash, James Campbell,

Scott Dumonceaux, Samira Samimi, Julie Thomas, Kent Spiers and Anirudh Bhargava.

 

Tris Irvine-Fynn, September 14, 2016

Tris Irvine-Fynn, glaciologist at the Centre for Glaciology, Aberystwyth University, Wales discusses "Water on ice: knowns and unknowns of supraglacial hydrology"